Palace Cats Reveal Dreamy New Single ‘Sea Island Cotton’
Savouring a crisp homebrew of velvety psychedelia, Palace Cats have let themselves out of the bag as they moon over toxic materialism. This opulent feline duo are fed up. The superfluous spending, the gratification of material possessions; it's all too much. But instead of voicing their grievance in an ambiguous Tumblr post or immoderate Facebook rant, they've taken to a
Ski Lift Tackle Rationality In Their New Single ‘Moaning Again’
With a reassuring slap, the capital-dwellers have blown away the cobwebs of self-criticism with a short burst of indie-rock induced dopamine. Life is all about celebrating the tiny victories. Like finding money in your pocket, getting a tax rebate, or even the blessing of a sunny day. It's a sign of progress that satisfies the reward circuitry in our brains.
Blazing a honest trail of amour-propre, the straight talking chanteuse gives vent to the artificiality of relationships. What does it mean to have attitude? It's pretty difficult to define if you ask me. Some would relay it as arrogant or disrespectful behaviour. Others a sign of confidence or bravado, but context is key, and the Toronto native has illuminated it
From a tiny spark bursts a mighty flame, and nestled inside the phosphorescent core is the glowing aura of alt-pop's newest sensation. With the process of growing up comes better understanding of your needs and values, but that comes at a cost. You start to see things for what they really are, and the sober reality is a catch 22
The clouds of despondency have relinquished their grip in his radiant slice of pop magic. Cast your mind back to the 90's, if you can remember that far. The cross-pollination of one hit wonders, the endless flow of ballads and the sweet birth of bubblegum music, I mean, would could forget? One thing's for sure, Roleplay hasn't. Now throw your
Hive Society Dim Down The Lights In Their Unruly New Single ‘Opaque’
Using the art of malaise, the alt-rock quartet have exquisitely framed the eerie quality of incoherence; one dusky pigment at a time. Turbulent clarity. A beautiful juxtaposition don’t you think? It’s the sort of contrast that brings reality into disrepute, like placid pandemonium or controlled chaos. Ripped from the same vivid compendium, Hive Society have produced a moody number that
The beauty of music can be found in its subjective nature, reflected in every word, note and melody. At In Tune Music Magazine we cover a broad area of musical styles, from indie-pop and grunge to minimal techno and folk, appreciating all genres of music in their purest form. The industry is saturated with amazing talent, yet acknowledgement and support for independent and DIY artists is being contained within a vast world of avid listeners and fans; we aim to change that.
It’s a song that finds joy in the wonder, adorning new romance and comfort in the solace of lost love.
‘Lovely, Smart and Beautiful’ is an uplifting ode to being strong and ambitious.
If you’re a fan of the likes of The National, Alvvays or James then this one is definitely worth getting your ears around.
With her signature jazz-infused textures, the ex-opera singer has reimagined a timeless Sting classic.
Still Woozy transports you to the great American plains in his balmy new offering.
‘White Water’ gives you the space to think, reflect and reconnect with a heavy, hazy vocal at the forefront: pure indie folk bliss.
With a graceful bow to the existentialism of Jean-Paul Sartre, the North London collective have seen the wood for the trees as they seek to re-write the avant-garde handbook in graphic detail. In an industry landscape cloaked in genericism, the definition of originality is somewhat ambiguous. What does it mean